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Racine Journal Times Bulletin (Newspaper) - May 26, 1957, Racine, Wisconsin #  a  sunday. May 26, 19s7 s. M. Klotsche speaker at ukr Honor awards session monday j. Martin Klotsche Provost of the uni Hersity of Wisconsin Milwaukee will address the annual awards night program monday at the or adversity of Wisconsin in Racine. Awards will be presented Extension Center students for scholarship leadership and student activities. The program will be at 8 15 . In the woman s club. Other speakers will be or. Albert e. May director of the Racine Center or. L. H. Adolf son Madison director of the University Extension division and or. W. M. Hanley Madison director of the division s freshman Sophomore Center program. Matthew Iverson president of the student government assn., will preside during the award presentations. Award recipients Are scholarship Gerald Elmer Paul Hansche Matthew Iverson Noel Iverson Paul Opfer Kuch Joel Pownall Jane m. Husebo Barbara Peterson John Madden Gene Olson Joy Genunzio Nancy Russell Carl Christiansen Walter Hackler Robert Kettelson James Long Ralph Ludwig Carl Nafziger Sophie Palmer Nelson Ross or. Klotsche Virginia Wees and Kenneth Wishau. Activity awards Gold pin activity awards James Clay Virginia Holz Bernard Hupperts Robert Kettleson and Sophie Palmer. Silver pin activity awards Barbara Albeck Matthew Iverson James Lorence and Nelson Ross. Leadership awards Robert Boldus Daryl Gernler Joann Jensen David Leslie Geraldine stars and stripes Marine pfc. Richard s. George son of or. And mrs. Steve George 1 3 2 9 Geneva St., has been promoted to Corporal while stationed at Camp Del mar of oceans d a Calif. He enlisted in july 1 95 6, As a member of the Fred m. Young platoon. A 2/c Robert r. Crawford son of or. And mrs. Robert e. Crawford 4116 Olive St is Home on leave after serving 18 months in Guam. He will report to Lockbourne air Force base Ohio june 8. Navy in Darrell w. Millard son of or. And mrs. Ray Millard Burlington has arrived in Rhodes Greece aboard the attack transport Rockbridge. The transport left Norfolk va., april 29, and visited Gibraltar in route to the Mediterranean. Charles w. Johnson son of or. And mrs. Millard w. Johnson 3000 Michigan blvd., has received his army first lieutenant bars from maj. Gen. David h. Tul Ley commanding general of the army Engineer Center at fort Bel voir a. Johnson a 1955 graduate of the Massachusetts Institute of technology army in october Roberts Patricia Vallone Patrick Mccann Richard Malko Joseph Nyiri and Andrew Rauwerda. Forensic awards James Clay Martin Czaban Matthew Iverson Jane Kwas Paul Opfer Kuch and Geraldine Roberts. Student publication awards Barbara Albeck Robert Boldus James Clay Ritchie Falk Virginia Holz Bernard Hupperts Matthew Iverson Joann Jen son Robert Kettelson David Leslie James Lorence Richard Malko Sophie Palmer and Nelson Ross. Basketball letters Robert Boldus John Clausen Paul Clausen Richard Gleisner Dennis Johnson David Leslie George Longo James Long Timothy Long Patrick Mccann Richard Malko and Andre Rauwerda. Hanley will present the scholarship awards mayor Jack h. Humble by leadership awards n. J. Azpell student advisor forensic awards miss Dorothy Dwelle instructor the journalism awards and coach r. G. Frecka athletic awards. An alumni scholarship will be presented by mrs. R. D. Miller of the Racine us alumni club. Or. May will present the Theresa Ames award in mathematics. Class gift Roger w. Axford assistant director of the Center will receive the Sophomore class gift from James Clay class president. Clay and Andrew Rauwerda freshman class president will preside Over an inter class ceremony. Music will be furnished by the Extension Center chorus directed by Earle Tanner. Cancer crusade totals $31,500 contributions to the cancer crusade conducted in Racine county in april now total More than $31,500, said l. F. Vorpahl treasurer of the Racine county unit of the american cancer society. Since another $3,000 is expected from donors in tie county the years total will probably equal tie record collections of 1956, Vorpahl said. The leading source of funds this year was Industrial contributions which have totalled $12,427. The neighbor to neighbor drive conducted in the City accounted for $10,818. Receipts from the county so far Are $3,387. A special gifts leter Appeal brought in $3,211. About $1,421 was received in memorial gifts and $299 was credited to the Racine county unit from gifts sent to the Madison Headquarters. Syria forces quit Northern Jordan Beirut Lebanon up Jordan s King Hussein has scored another Victory in his fight to rid his kingdom of leftist elements. Syria now is pulling her troops out of Northern Jordan at the request of Hussein s government. Ever since the Young King ousted the pro communist pro egyptian pro syrian ruling clique last month those syrian troops have been a threat Hussein s request to Syria to withdraw her troops forcibly pointed up his distrust of his Arab a neighbor. Elks youth band took second place saturday in their first appearance of the season at the state Lions convention in Delavan. The band represented the Racine Lions club. The elks band will take part in the memorial Day Parade in Chicago. Election of officers of the Racine county association for retarded children will be held at 8 . Monday in the Racine county teachers College Union Grove. In recognition of outstanding production during a six week Campaign Frank c. Van Thiel of 2018 Durand ave., special agent for the new York life insurance co. Took part in a dinner honouring Clarence j. Myers president of the company and the Wisconsin association of life underwriters sales Congress in Milwaukee. Sophomore David Herts Gaard son of or. And mrs. 0. G. Hertsgaard 2817 n. Wisconsin St., was honoured for Scholastic achievement at the traditional honors Day Observance at St. Olaf College Northfield Minn. He is a pre Medicine major. George d. Skow ii son of or. And mrs. George d. Skow 1526 Holmes ave., is among 16 i candidates for graduation at Culver military Academy Culver ind. The Academy s 63rd annual commencement will be held june 7-12. June a. Mattal daughter of or. And mrs. Frank Mattal sr., 3720 Washington ave., was among University of Minnesota students honoured at an All University Cap and gown Day ceremony at the St., Paul Campus. Miss Mattal a Junior Johnson entered 1955. The two Racine county men Edward j. Baumeister or. And Donald l. Tullis have completed nine week recruit training at the naval training Center great lakes 111. Their parents Are or. And mrs. Edward Baumeister route 3, burling ton and or. And mrs. Carl l. Tullis 10121/ Superior St. Woman s Relief corps disbanding formed to Honor civil War dead see Stassen Victor As Ike resolves disarm issues Washington of president Eisenhower settled an argument in his official family saturday and directed Harold Stassen to negotiate with Russia for a disarmament treaty designed to bring the atomic arms race to an Early end. After a dramatic White House meeting of the president and High aides it was announced that issues had been Stassen is speeding Back to London sunday to resume the arms control talks monday. Radford silent Stassen the administration s disarmament specialist apparently won the Basic instructions he had been seeking in a 10-Day behind the scenes tussle with adm. Arthur w. Radford who has been bearish about the chances of any trustworthy pact Vith the soviets. Radford had no comment. The . Position finally approved by the president will aim at restricting Possession of atomic weapons to the United states Britain and France ending their manufacture of any More such weapons and with full safeguards will seek to limit and later Stop atomic tests. White House Parley along with these negotiating goals for the five Power London talks Stassen is to try to work out agreements for reductions in manpower weapons and military budgets and zones for Aerial inspection exchanges Between Russia and the United states. Secretary of state Dulles announced when the 2 hour White House session ended that president Eisenhower had made final decisions on Stas sen s new instructions and that unresolved issues on disarmament policy were resolved saturday by the by Don Reed Burlington for the first time in 53 years the woman s Relief corps will be absent when Burlington observes memorial Day. The corps officially know As Luther Crane Relief corps no. 62, has disbanded and its charter official badges and minute books will he turned in to the state organization on june 1. Organized As an auxiliary to Luther Crane Post grand army of the Republic of Burlington the corps Ever since it was Forine conducted memorial Day services. At first the services were carried on with the g.a.r. But in later years the corps co operated with Burlington s Veteran organizations in Observance of the Day. Services will be missing activities which will be missing this year will include services to the Navy and Marine dead which were conducted at the White River Bridge and the Flag furling ceremony which was conducted at the close of the memorial Day program while the band played the Star spangled Banner the woman s Relief corps also has always planted a bed of Flowers in Echo Park in memory of the War dead. Each year prior to memorial Day the corps with the assistance of the american legion placed flags on the Graves of the Veteran dead in the three Burlington cemeteries. In the future these activities will have to be carried on by other patriotic organizations. The Luther Crane Relief corps was chartered on dec. 5, 1903. At that time there mrs. Walter Yonk were 24 members of whom All Are dead except miss Lena Karges 370 Kane St., who has not been Active in the organization for Many years. Opened membership membership in the corps when it was organized was wives mothers Sisters or daughters of civil War veterans. In later years How Ever membership was opened to any woman of Good Oral character. Four past presidents of the unit Are still alive and were Active in the organization until it disbanded. They Are mrs. Frank Bohnsack mrs. Oscar Weyrough mrs. Edgar Soren son and the immediate past president mrs. Walter Yonk All of Burlington. Mrs. Weyrough was president for 20 years. When the Post voted to disband there were 20 Active members. In Home economics education was cited for maintaining a Grade of a or above during her entire career As a student in the College of agriculture forestry and Home economics. Racine boy scout drum and Bugle corps and the Myca kitties drum and Bugle corps will be among 10 Midwest drum corps competing for $1.-000 in prize Money at 6 . Sunday june 9, in Jefferson. The two Racine units along with 58 other corps will also appear in a 2 30 . Parade. The music festival is sponsored by the Jefferson veterans of foreign wars Post and the parents club of the Jefferson vow drum and Bugle corps. Chicago woman mrs. Fred h. Price 65, received Mouth and nose injuries saturday in a two car Accident at highways 20 and 45. She was a passenger in an Auto driven by her husband 65. Delbert fryberger 37, Chicago was the other Driver. Mrs. Price was treated by a physician but not hospitalized. 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Put the amount that s convenient for you into your vacation club account each Welc. Enjoy a vacation that s free of Money worries. There s a club payment plan for every budget. To pays to Hank at West Racine Bank member Odic Washington feb president Eisenhower decided saturday that there is no need for standby government controls on instalment credit even though americans time payment debt now stands at a record $31,300,000,000. The president had expressed concern Over the size of the debt in his economic message to Congress last january. He said then that it was a Good time for both Congress and the executive Branch to study the later at Eisenhower s request the Federal Reserve Board made such a study and concluded that standby controls Are not now the president in a statement issued by the White House saturday indicated agreement. The president will not ask Congress to enact legislation creating a presidential standby authority to regulate consumer instalment credit the statement said. In his january message Eisenhower had said such controls even if not put into effect might be useful As stabilizing measures on the Economy. Bruce Sargent and Kenneth Ihasz have been named the first recipients of a new annual award for outstanding graphic arts students in Racine Public High schools. Sargent son of or. And mrs. Floyd l. W. Sargent 1508 Junction ave. Is a senior at Washington Park High school Sargent and Ihasz son of or. And mrs. L a s z 1 0 Ihasz route 1, is a senior at Villiam Hor lick High school. The awards sponsored b y the National graphic arts assn., will be presented by j. Donald Mcmurray co publisher of the Racine journal times & sunday bulletin who will represent the graphic arts industries. The winners were chosen on the basis of scholarship standing in their class and excellence in graphic arts work. My Murray will present Bronze medals and certificates to the two during awards Day assemblies wednesday june 5, at each of the High schools. Dominican plans summer school summer school begins at dominican College june 21, sister m. Rosita president announced today. The school will offer courses in science English education history religion speech music languages and the arts. Registration is scheduled for june 20. Ihasz St. Luke s Hospital or. And mrs. Richard d. De Baere 2104 Gillen St., a daughter. May 25. Traffic injuries prove fatal to boy scout 14 by United press David Worden 14, Oshkosh died saturday of injuries suffered in a May 4 traffic Accident raising Wisconsin s 1957 traffic death toll to 279. By this time a year ago 318 had died on the highways. David died in an Oshkosh Hospital of injuries suffered in a car bicycle Accident at the intersection of . 41 and a county Road. He was taking part in a boy scout bicycle hike when he Rode into the path of a car. 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